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There are posts in this forum which will tell you exactly that.
It's not an issue, as the sheet only allows selection of one - but you've asked for feedback...
The more I play with it - the more I like it than the last sheet I was using! Thanks again - I
Been inputting values from my old sheet into your new one & would like to
1. It's as good as I hoped! :)
Overall - I love it however. A few of things have really impressed me!
Question - given my complete & utter uselessness at any form of programming...
I wish I was in the UK & could shake your hand & buy you a drink come
Just in time too - we are likely to be doing the next bit of kingdom
Sorry, if this has been asked before, but I can't find an answer anywhere. How exactly do you recruit armies in the kingdom building rules? Do they cost BP up front, or do you just charge consumption? Can you only build in cities? If someone could walk me through exactly how you raise armies, that would be awesome.
Book 5 - War of the River Kings. Appendix 2. Page 54...
(The original rules, if you're not using UCam)
Yup, but what you can do to them...they can do to you...
Plus, if you're running a high magic game, there are all sorts of counters
I've seen write-ups which discuss warfare in a high magic setting - they
But - at the end of the day - this is fantasy... So, whatever lights your
home made NPCs (especially druids) who feature prominently in the adventure path - I have a full circle fleshed out.
Nice - I've been meaning to do the same (have a druid PC), but only ever gotso far as making one druid, whom they've not met as yet...sigh...
Care to share, even some basic detail, of yours please?
Yep...but all that means is you just have to work harder for the wholecampaign, or start again... ;-p
Ok, so maybe it's not quite that bad, but it'll definitely be a LOT of
Curghann, also consider that the bigger the kingdom grows, the more 'things'
BoH is correct, in that the more you get into the AP the larger your kingdom
Lee Hanna wrote:
Great idea Lee Hanna!The PCs could be hired by Restov to find out what's gone on in Varnhold
& take over like you suggested.
The Stolen Lands (which they should ordinarily have subdued in parts 1 & 2)
Your PCs then get to subdue the Stag Lord, rebuild that area (which
PS: anyone know of any good modules that contain a nice dwarven ruins/hold that is mapped out?
1. Agree with T.A.U. - the gold mine is perfect. In my game I actually hadsome Dwarves interested in anything Dwarven the PCs found, but specifically
they were willing to pay to take over mines etc. (i.e. I made it part of the
50BP start-up fund...)
2. Module - may or may not suit, but I have an old D&D3.0 book from the
It has a few maps which might be suitable (small holds), but also a butt-load
The other thing you can do with Kingdom building is to actually do the
I've done this once or twice when sessions (the stars) haven't aligned.
People elsewhere would probably think of her as a jumped up fool...
All that adds up to is a penalty to any sort of social skill she cares to
Don't worry too much about the assumed title & it being out of place however...
Heh - mine was Mikmek also...along with several other Kobold friends I statted up.
I love my moment of madness when I gave the simple minded (INT 6) fighter the name
IMC I also had a different tribe of Kobolds side with Hargulka. The PCs had met them earlier & got quite a fright...they we're expecting levels of barbarian from humble little Kobolds... ;-p
Liam Warner wrote:
Obviously GM interpretation is required I was just supplying potential ideas off the top of my head. I had a book that had a huge amount of useful information on rulership (even a way to tie the king to the land so the two really were linked e.g. invading army is felt by the king and if they were unnatural enough might even give the semblance of illness) but I can't remember the title and I've soo much to look through.
Someone else has posted similar thoughts on these boards. Maybe they hadthe same book...?
1st question with a necromancer summoning(?) undead, would be 'where from'
Obviously you don't want to nerf the player, but having a reason for what's
Sorry - that's not much help to you with your question.
However - if it specifically says that Undead take damage - why would there
1st point...actually - no...only point...
So, unless the player can think of a good way (6inches of lead anyone?)
In a way - this simplifies your life... You don't have to think about what
Inside the aura radius = save or fail...
If you give them a salary, make them spend an appropriate amount suited
If you do this it should take some sting out of the 'freebie' amount you're
If they takes the wage, but refuse to act the part...penalties should apply
If you think about it - the RAW are actually set up to play any way you want...
All else is how you want to play it, but unless you're going for a really
As others have said - cool idea - but see what the rest of your group wants
What if the cult can only summon the BBW in certain powerful places? Good suspects would be the Elk Temple, the Erastil Statue, Candlemere Island, and Vordekai's place.
Your idea, was what sparked mine...lets share the credit! :)
But...I LOVE this addendum! Very clever.
Nice one Pennywit!
Dude - one statement...actually two...
A day, is a day, is a day! It is not 8 hours...it is however long a day
2 point. Ignore point 1. Because you will not need it if you follow this
Sorry for the shouting, but my only other thought was to swear...
...or, playing off Pennywit's idea...
Have the cult be trying to summon the BBW, but at the moment they can
That way, the BBW is still a one-off/rare being, & the PCs know he's out
You could even have a scene where the players are hafing their butts
Nah, those "named bosses" are strong, but not "OP" at all. They put the scare in the party, but for 20 point buy it should be more than enough to take 'em down.
The only deaths in the game I run have been during encounters I have placed
I guess I feel like her general backstory and motivation don't make much sense to me.
Your story, you write it how you see it... :)
Just to point out however that N is Fey...we don't understand them, they
Besides that - there are a few threads on the boards which discuss this.
The supplements in the Rivers Run Red books feature a nice chapter about Erastil, including role of the clergy, holidays, etc. Be sure to check it.
Ditto to Gods & Magic - 2 pages on Erastil & his worshippers...
Love it too - I've done something similar for my group with 'stick on'
I do have to say that you have done a better job :) & the use of the
Glass Castle wrote:
Ok, 1st off sounds like the rest of your group would be better off withD&D4E, whilst you get to hang out with some people who deserve a GM who
wants to make their gaming experience more enjoyable.
However I'd like to make a couple of points re this topic specifically.
Good luck whichever way it goes...& get one of them to GM next time...
Saint Marcus wrote:
If you don't want to, you don't even have to use that as conclusive...Consider for example slightly restating that to the following: -
"In the decade that followed, noble ambitions burned hotter even than the
hearth fires working to drive away the chill of winter. Since the end of
that decade, factions have started preparing for something more, and now
4 years later all of Brevoy lies on the edge of civil war."
Ok - yes, I've added in more words - but the original statement doesn't
That aside, as it was more a theoretical point on may part - in answer to
At the same time, I've seen other posts where it was all over & done in
Comes down to 'beauty...eye...beholder...well, not an 'in game beholder'...
Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:
Wait, 50BP? Where's THAT come from? I don't see it anywhere in the adventure path.
It comes from the Swordlords as a start-up stake when the PCs are giventheir charter at the end of book 1, start of book 2.
Joseph Davis wrote:
Also, have you ever considered making a character sheet in similar fashion to this kingdom sheet (auto-calculating, clean layout, etc.)
I have to agree with you - Chemlak is a god! :)
However - re the character sheet...Have you tried s-CoreForge?
They're always updating it...& for me, the best thing is it's free.
Yes & no -Yes, exactly that.
No - as if your PCs are higher level, they're going to do more damage (even
Don't get me wrong - I've used the 6 player conversion & I think it's
Whatever you decide - good luck.